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| Last Updated:: 17/01/2015

Nag Tibba

 

 

 

Nag Tibba or serpent’s peak is the highest peak in the lesser Himalayan range of Uttarakhand state. It is situated 16 kms from Landour, and 57 kms from Mussoorie.  Nag Tibba is one of the three mountain ranges in the lesser Himalayas, the others being Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal.

 

The mountain derives its religious importance of being the abode of Nag Devata or snake God. Tibba is the local word for hill or peak. The local people pay obeisance to Nag Devta to protect their cattle. The area is popular with trekkers.